People want to feel that they are a part of a true community—a traditional and classic neighborhood. A place to call home with services and amenities within walking distance. At Iron Works Village, you have the best of both worlds: small-town amenities, and convenient access to everything metro Denver offers.


Englewood is the perfect location for a traditional neighborhood like Iron Works Village. It is centrally located, well connected by light rail, just south of Denver, and offers a small-town atmosphere of community, with all the benefits of a nearby city.

Englewood has grown over the years thanks to the community’s entrepreneurial spirit and innovation. The City is placing a priority on education and has recently passed a $97,000,000 bond issue to rebuild its elementary and middle schools, after recently completing major upgrades to its high school.

Englewood is seven miles from both downtown Denver and the Denver Tech Center, one of the largest office parks in the country. Three highly rated hospital/medical centers are in Englewood: Swedish Medical Center, , Craig Hospital and Kaiser Permanente.

Then there’s Englewood’s recreational options. Residents can take advantage of the City’s 12 parks, a senior center, a recreation center, city-owned Pirate’s Cove Water Park, summer camps for kids, four country clubs, two public golf courses, and the Platte River Greenway which connects to over 200 miles of walking and biking trails.. What’s not to love in Englewood? It’s innovative and traditional, connected and close knit – a vibrant changing city!

South Broadway

South Broadway has always been a major transportation corridor for Denver, even from its early days as a rough road used for hauling produce into the city.

Today, South Broadway leads from Denver into Englewood, and offers an eclectic mix of neighborhood taverns, vintage clothing stores, unique eateries, bookstores, art galleries, restaurants, craft shops, breweries and live music venues.  Whether you are looking for something to do, or something to buy, there’s a good chance you’ll find it on South Broadway.

A mile of shopping, dining, live music and iconic businesses attract customers from around the region. From Yale to Hampden in Englewood, Colorado is the South Broadway Mile, which is home to more than 150 businesses conveniently located for those seeking an exciting, energizing retail experience, and free parking.


Known as the Mile-High City, Denver is the capital of Colorado, and one of the fastest growing and best areas to live in the U.S.

Denver’s varied economy supports a diverse population with its downtown, the I-70 industrial corridor, the Central Platte Valley and surrounding neighborhoods and business districts.

Central Denver has rich in cultural offerings. The Denver Performing Arts Center is the second largest performing arts complex in the world. World-class museums and family friendly attractions such as the Denver Zoo, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Denver Botanic Gardens, Children’s Museum, Denver Art Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art, and Elitch Gardens Amusement Park are all found here.

Denver is also home to all four professional sports teams – the Broncos, Rockies, Avalanche, and Nuggets. Denver International Airport is the sixth busiest airport in the country. Four institutions of higher learning are also located in Denver: University of Denver, Metropolitan State University, University of Colorado Denver and Colorado Community College.